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GubernatorFan wrote:He's really coming to life now.
Rogerbee wrote:He looks SO good!
Allotropos wrote:Wow..Bifur is looking awesome !
Pontiacivan wrote:Once again, over the damn top! Five minutes inside your brain would probably be an awesome trip.
Your solutions to problems and the shear volume of creative ideas you present is astounding.
You will always be one of my favorite figure creators. A very satisfying post to read and re-read.
peter the painter wrote:He is looking great Alex, excellent work on the costume to date, wouldn't expect any other from you.
Stryker2011 wrote:Man, that’s looking great already.
GubernatorFan wrote:I'm sure eyes in this scale are difficult for everyone (I was wondering what you were doing with them in the first place), so don't get dejected. You'll get them right...
GubernatorFan wrote:Great idea, provided there is enough space. That's what I've begun to use to paint the nipples on TBLeague bodies when needed. lol
peter the painter wrote:Alex, that's not the expression I would necessarily associate with Bifur but, I like it.
dadrab wrote:Damn...Go away for a few days and this guy builds an entire figure...
Excellent work, too, brah.
Stryker2011 wrote:A Barrett 50?! Cool. Will it be fully functional?
I've been wanting one for years, but man! The cost is ridiculous (with scope around $13,000 - 15,000!!!) (Maybe if I wasn't spending all my spare money on 1/6 I could actually save up for one....)
dadrab wrote:I see you put the same kind of love into your weapons builds that you do into your custom figures.
dadrab wrote:Fine job, Rev. Eyes tend to whip on my ass, too. The last ones I did, I went the pencil route followed by going over those lines with a fine-tipped Sharpie. That gave me a bit of a comfort zone on the outside of the iris to begin putting color inside...if that makes any sense.
Stryker2011 wrote:Great work on the spear and braids; excellent progress.
Rogerbee wrote:Looking good!
I think, because eyes are often the last things on a head that you do, you can rush them because you're so eager to get the project finished. I've done that so many times. I've learned now to sit back and take my time. Do an iris, put it down, take a break, maybe pick it up the next day. Obviously if it's a commission you may not get that luxury, but, if it's your own work, take it at your own pace.
Rogerbee wrote:You'll get there. I don't think there's a single one of my painted projects that has been totally right from start to finish.
GubernatorFan wrote:Glad to see it continue toward completion. Every little detail has been thought of!
Rogerbee wrote:Not quite, you have to trim the vinyl or resin, fill gaps, resculpt parts if any are missing and if you can have more than one pose, settle on one you like and hope you made the right decision when it's permanently set that way. There is a bit to do before one drop of paint touches that kit. It's a job where skill is still involved.
Rogerbee wrote:He looks great! Did you gloss his eyes?
Stryker2011 wrote:Fantastic upgrades on everything. Man, that’s a lot of impressive work.
peter the painter wrote:Great work Alex, he looks amazing, I could have done the sculpts beardless and hairless for you if it would have helped.
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